Students pursuing a bachelor of arts or international bachelor of arts with a major in classics will typically take the following courses in their first year:

English 1090
(critical reading and writing (CRW) course)
Classics 1001 (or another CRW course)
Classics 1120 or 1130
(first required language study (LS) course1)
Classics 1121 or 1131
(second required LS course1)
first required quantitative reasoning (QR) course second required QR course 
Classics 1000-level course Classics 2000-level course
minor program course or elective
(breadth of knowledge course encouraged)
minor program course or elective
(breadth of knowledge course encouraged)
  1. Both LS courses must be in the same language. If your first language is not English and you do not meet the standards for entry into regular first-year English courses you may use English 1020 and 1021 to fulfill this requirement. Such students are permitted to complete up to an additional six credit hours in English CRW courses at the 1000 level in order to fulfill the CRW requirement.

For assistance with course selection, contact the Academic Advising Centre.

Learn more about the classics major and visit the Department of Classics or contact the undergraduate program director for more information.